AYFKM?: America About To Enter A Third Ground War?

(Editor’s Note: Congress?  Will you impeach him yet or are you more terrified of the thought of Joe Biden as president? Are you waiting for an engraved invitation?  This might be a good time to call him on his ineligibility for office because he was a british subject at birth (voiding everything this globalist puppet has done), or is the entire world going to pay for your cowardice? Does he have to give back the Nobel Peace Prize and cash yet?)


Does anybody remember the economic collapse of the Soviet Union related to the decade long war in Afghanistan? It appears the mental midgets running the federal government cannot be outdone by mere communists; they have to do it bigger, badder, and nastier (and make a ton of cash for their friends in banking and defense contracting). Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya, Yemen, etc. How many wars and kinetic military actions must the US be involved in before the godzilla banks making a mint on conflict crash our entire economy (and laugh at us from the Caymans)?

According to the usurper in the White House, he does not need permission from Congress to continue the war in Libya because American ground forces are not involved and no “active exchanges of fire with hostile forces” are occurring. Here’s the quote from the NY Times.

White House Defends Continuing U.S. Role in Libya Operation

WASHINGTON — The White House, pushing hard against criticism in Congress over the deepening air war in Libya, asserted Wednesday that President Obama had the authority to continue the military campaign without Congressional approval because American involvement fell short of full-blown hostilities.

In contending that the limited American role did not oblige the administration to ask for authorization under the War Powers Resolution, the report asserted that “U.S. operations do not involve sustained fighting or active exchanges of fire with hostile forces, nor do they involve U.S. ground troops.” Still, the White House acknowledged, the operation has cost the Pentagon $716 million in its first two months and will have cost $1.1 billion by September at the current scale of operations.

Oh Really?

According to InfoWars.com, a source at Ft. Hood has stated that a full ground war invasion of Libya is set for October, and that American casualities are already happening from this kinetic military action ‘being lead‘ by NATO.  Is anybody surprised?

 

U.S. Invasion of Libya Set for October

Infowars.com has received alarming reports from within the ranks of military stationed at Ft. Hood, Texas confirming plans to initiate a full-scale U.S.-led ground invasion in Libya and deploy troops by October.

The source stated that additional Special Forces are headed to Libya in July, with the 1st Calvary Division (heavy armor) and three corps deploying in late October and early November. Initial numbers are estimated at 12,000 active forces and another 15,000 in support, totaling nearly 30,000 troops.

This information was confirmed by numerous calls and e-mails from other military personnel, some indicating large troop deployment as early as September. Among these supporting sources is a British S.A.S. officer confirming that U.S. Army Rangers are already in Libya. The chatter differs in the details, but the overall convergence is clear– that a full-on war is emerging this fall as Gaddafi continues to evade attempts to remove him from power.

A caller identified as “Specialist H” working for mortuary affairs under USCENTCOM revealed that there have already been American casualties inside Libya. He confirmed that at least 2 soldiers and 3 civilians have died from combat bullet wounds, something the media has yet to report, and needs to investigate and address.

Is it time for another vacation yet?

2 thoughts on “AYFKM?: America About To Enter A Third Ground War?

  1. will have cost $1.1 billion by September at the current scale of operations

    And how much will it cost when he takes it full tilt this fall? Who will be paying for it?

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